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post #961 of 2859
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Originally Posted by Bullseye View Post
Interesting take on the development of this headphones les_garten.
Lets see what the different reviews say. "Comparisons" too
Indeed, thanx for the Link in your sig.

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post #962 of 2859
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Indeed, thanx for the Link in your sig.

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No problem, and I have more, not yet posted
post #963 of 2859
I was hoping it would be made of all plastic
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Originally Posted by ivanrocks321 View Post
I was hoping it would be made of all plastic
I think they have plenty of those to choose from.

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post #965 of 2859
ive never seen a Grado with 1/8 except the iGrado so these are 1/4? You mean 1/8th adapter?
post #966 of 2859
The sr60 and sr80 have 1/8 i think
post #967 of 2859
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Originally Posted by ivanrocks321 View Post
The sr60 and sr80 have 1/8 i think
SR125 and MS-1 as well.

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post #968 of 2859
Quick impression from can jam: they don't have the usual grado sound. It's more neutral than a rs1. It's a metal wood hybrid. Wood inside, white metal out. Two friends and I found them more enjoyable than the rs1 when listening to Allision krauss.
post #969 of 2859
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Originally Posted by brokensound View Post
Quick impression from can jam: they don't have the usual grado sound. It's more neutral than a rs1. It's a metal wood hybrid. Wood inside, white metal out. Two friends and I found them more enjoyable than the rs1 when listening to Allision krauss.
Wow thanks!

More neutral than RS-1r means less mids? So it's comparable to the HF-1's signature?
post #970 of 2859
And what about the bass? Extended? PS-1 alike?
post #971 of 2859
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Originally Posted by ivanrocks321 View Post
The sr60 and sr80 have 1/8 i think
I had my MS-2's repaired from Grado recently and it was returned with a 1/8 jack; I don't remember if I had sent an adapter along with the headphones (and they were just doing me a favor), but I'm glad anyway.
post #972 of 2859
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I was hoping it would be made of all plastic
I have a pair of all plastic SR 60's I can let you have for $429.
post #973 of 2859
Guys, please for reviews/comparisons write them in this thread. http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f4/gra...5/#post5724060
There you can ask the reviewers for their opinions If we all keep the reviews/comparisons there it will be easier for everyone to find:
post #974 of 2859
I had an SR-125 back in 2005 and it was terminated in a 1/4" plug.
post #975 of 2859
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Originally Posted by mrarroyo View Post
I had an SR-125 back in 2005 and it was terminated in a 1/4" plug.
Sounds like some variability there...

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